Canella Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc. Blog: Archive for May, 2022

One Way to Breathe a Little Easier At Home

Monday, May 16th, 2022

uv-lightNobody likes getting sick, right? Unfortunately, the things that make people sick are typically too small to see or feel–things like microscopic pathogens, such as bacteria, viruses and mold spores can lead to a variety of health issues, for even the healthiest individual.

Homeowners often think that staying indoors can help them avoid getting sick. But these contaminants can be indoors without you knowing it, and maintaining good indoor air quality in your household is vital to ensuring that you and everyone in your household stay safe.

You may be considering using an air-cleaning system like UV germicidal lights, also referred to as a UV air purifier. These systems are highly effective in eliminating these potentially harmful pathogens from your indoor air, making your living space safer for you to breathe. If you’re on the fence about getting one of these for yourself, we can help you make up your mind! Read on.

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3 Sounds You Don’t Want Your AC System to Make

Monday, May 2nd, 2022

woman-holding-hand-to-ear-to-listenHow do you know that your air conditioner is doing its job as effectively and efficiently as possible?

One way to help ensure this is the case is by scheduling routine professional maintenance each year… or every 6 months in the case of a heat pump system. Maintenance allows our technicians to thoroughly inspect, clean, and adjust the components that need it, leaving your system in the best shape possible for the coming summer season.

Maintenance also reduces repair needs by as much as 85%! This doesn’t, however, mean you should neglect your air conditioner if you suspect itĀ needsĀ repairs. It is, after all, a major appliance that suffers from wear-and-tear just like any other mechanical equipment. But how do you know if it needs repair?

One of the most telltale signs that an AC is in disrepair is strange noises coming from the unit. A “strange” noise can really be anything outside of the normal, day-to-day operational sounds that come from the system. Read on to learn more, and please give us a call right away if you hear any of these particular sounds!

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